Electronics & Computers

BRS Labs Releases AISight 4.1

September 25, 2013

The latest version of the self-learning behavioral recognition system includes improvements that enhance enterprise support for large-scale deployments across geographically dispersed locations.

HOUSTON /BUSINESS WIRE/ -- Behavioral Recognition Systems Inc. (BRS Labs), creator of award-winning AISight software, which autonomously learns and alerts on unexpected behavior, announced the availability of version 4.1 of its flagship safety and security platform. This new release includes multiple updates and improvements that benefit enterprise organizations seeking to enhance situational awareness and improve threat recognition and response across large installations of 1000 or more cameras.

BRS Labs' AISight behavioral recognition system builds real-time alerts by teaching itself to recognize unexpected behaviors within data streams generated by video surveillance cameras and other sensors. This self-learning, smarter approach to automated situational awareness helps users make better, faster safety and security decisions without overwhelming staff with large numbers of noncritical alerts.

Version 4.1 delivers multiple features and benefits that directly address the needs of enterprise organizations operating across multiple physical locations, including:

  • Comprehensive system auditing and system health checks, managed through an end-to-end dedicated graphical user interface
  • An improved installer that accelerates feed setup and system definition by up to 85% over the previous version
  • Multiple delivery formats, including a managed cloud service, as well as on-premises software installation
  • Bandwidth savings over previous versions via more robust multicast support
  • Increased user control over the amount of video available both before and after an alert

In addition, version 4.1 contains a range of performance and usability improvements.

"AISight remains the only practical solution for real-time recognition of unexpected behaviors in video surveillance," said John Frazzini, President of BRS Labs. "And we're the only enterprise-grade solution that scales to thousands of cameras. Our customers have asked for these new features, and we have delivered. Version 4.1 continues our ongoing promise to continually enhance the value and ease of use for which AISight is renowned."

Existing AISight customers with a current software maintenance agreement are eligible for free upgrades to version 4.1. For more information on AISight, BRS Labs, or BRS Labs' behavioral recognition technology, call 713-590-5160.

About BRS Labs
Behavioral Recognition Systems Inc. (BRS Labs) builds self-learning behavioral recognition software for enhanced safety and security. These highly automated solutions dramatically improve situational awareness and incident response across complex physical environments. This patented artificial intelligence technology accurately identifies potential and active threats in real time, deploys quickly, and is inexpensive to operate. Customers use BRS Labs to react sooner to unfolding safety, security, and operational management situations, and to deploy staff more efficiently. That's why government agencies and major corporations rely on BRS Labs to protect people, assets, facilities, and borders. BRS Labs is headquartered in Houston, TX, with offices in Washington, DC; London; Sao Paulo; and Barcelona.

AISight is a registered trademark, and Behavioral Recognition is a trademark, of Behavioral Recognition Systems Inc. Any other trademarks mentioned are the property of their owners.

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